Anamorphic Graffiti by TSF Crew
STEN & LEX
New work by Sten & Lex using a innovative stencil application that we’ve never come across before at the VB offices, very cool.
The 2011 Christchurch earthquake was the largest natural disaster in New Zealand’s history, claiming the lives of 181 people and leaving behind nearly $30 billion in rebuilding costs. Touched by the events of that February day, photographer Fabrice Wittner set out to confront the destruction the best way he knew how: by making art. His Enlightened Souls project utilizes large, human-sized stencils that are painted with light during long exposures, creating thin portraits that appear almost like holograms. Many more images and process shots can be seen here. Images courtesy the artist. (via behance)
Some really clever works by street artist Pavel 183 out of Russia. “I love his playful interaction with urban surroundings, turning common structures like bridges, walls, and street lamps into places for art.”- Colossal. See some other great pieces over on Street Art Utopia.
Street Artist EVOL Creates Towering Residential Skyscrapers out of Concrete Slabs
How cool would it be to stumble upon something like this when your out and about? EVOL created this masterpiece from crumbling hunks of cement slabs. Using spraypaint and stencils He has converted one of his trademark urban residences.
And last but not least…
Colored Cup Street Art by Multistab
All courtesy of Colossal